Ten new releases this fall you should definitely check out! Choose Your Own Autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris Release date: October 14 ● What if you made all of NPH’s life decisions for him? In a highly original celebrity memoir, good choices can lead you to legen — wait for it — dary, Tony-hosting greatness while one wrong turn can lead you to the meat slicer at Schlotzky’s Deli, wondering what could have been. Hand to Mouth by Linda Tirado Release date: October 2 ● An unflinching firsthand account of being trapped in extreme poverty in America, Tirado’s memoir is poised to stir controversy and ignite national dialogue. Belzhar by Meg Wolitzer Release date: September 30 ● The first young-adult title from the author of The Interestings is set at a rural boarding school for “emotionally fragile, highly intelligent teens. The Laughing Monsters by Denis Johnson Release date: November 4 ● The award-winning author of Tree of Smoke offers up a continent-hopping literary spy thriller. Smoke Gets in Your Eyes by Caitlin Doughty Release date: September 15 ● Following a recent trend of books about the dead, this memoir by a young crematory worker aims to be both morbid and illuminating. Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel Release date: September 9 ● The most buzzed-about novel of the season has just been longlisted for the National Book Award. It’s also hard to describe, but it involves a traveling caravan of actors at the fall of civilization. Not That Kind of Girl by Lena Dunham Release date: September 30 ● Tina Fey and David Sedaris blazed a trail for the creator and star of HBO’s Girls, who extends her brand with her first collection of funny essays. The Dog by Joseph O’Neill Release date: September 9 ● The opposite of light summer fare, the daring and heady new novel by the author of Netherland probes the mind of an expat living amid the opulence of Dubai. On Immunity by Eula Biss Release date: September 30 ● Jenny McCarthy, add this to your reading list. Biss’ eye-opening nonfiction work critiques America’s fear of vaccines while examining the connection between soul, body, and society. A Map of Betrayal by Ha Jin Release date: November 4 ● In a new espionage novel by the award-winning writer, a Chinese American woman struggles to understand her late father, a CIA operative subsequently exposed as a double agent for China.